If your driver’s license is revoked, you may need to apply for a driver license hearing in order to get your driving privileges reinstated. Grabel & Associates has the skill and experience needed to help you work towards an outstanding case result. With our experienced Clinton Township driver’s license attorneys on your side, you can greatly increase your chances of winning an initial DAAD hearing, and get back on the road as soon as possible. Contact Scott Grabel or another member of our team now to learn more about DAAD hearings in Clinton, Michigan, and what you can do to win back your license after a revocation.
Under the direction of experienced trial lawyer Scott Grabel, our attorneys will develop an aggressive and effective defense approach, and we are committed to doing whatever we can to protect you as you battle back against driver’s license sanctions. It is critical that you work with a Clinton driver’s license reinstatement attorney who not only understands Michigan driver’s license law, but who has experience fighting for clients in DAAD/DLAD hearings. Contact our firm now for a free initial case consultation and find out more about our proven approach to Clinton DAAD defense.
In order to request a driver’s license hearing after multiple alcohol or drug abuse convictions, you need to present documentation that proves your sobriety. This could include a recent substance abuse evaluation, community support letters, evidence that you attended support meetings, an ignition interlock report, and more. For other license appeals, such as out-of-state abuse conviction appeals, you may have to submit additional documents to request an appeal. Always speak with a lawyer before you take any action in your case.
Once you have a substance abuse evaluation, you can mail it along with a request for a hearing to the Michigan Department of State Administrative Hearings Section. Our team can help you prepare your documentation and ensure everything is in place for a potential hearing.
Probably the most important thing you need to do to prepare for a hearing is find a skilled attorney who has experience working in Clinton driver’s license reinstatement cases. In driver’s license hearings a lawyer is not provided for you, so you are responsible to find your own attorney.
One of the more time-consuming portions of your preparation is obtaining letters of support that document your sobriety, from friends, pastors, recognized alcohol support groups (such as AA), family members, or others who can attest to your sobriety. Our Clinton driver’s license restoration team can help you evaluate who might be the best people for this.
The most important thing you need to do if you want to win your license back is prove your sobriety. If you can’t prove that you have absolutely abstained from drugs and alcohol for a year, it is very unlikely that you will win your case. Our lawyers know what you need to present to prove your sobriety, and we have successfully appealed for driver’s license reinstatement for countless past clients statewide. With Grabel & Associates on your side, you can be confident that you have the absolute best shot at getting back on the road. Our attorneys are committed to aggressively fighting for you and advocating for your freedom throughout every stage of the DAAD hearing process. Contact our firm now to learn more about our driver’s license reinstatement services and let us provide you with a free initial case analysis.
When you don’t have the ability to drive, and can’t get to work, school, or support meetings, your life can change drastically. Fortunately, there are ways to get your driving privileges back, even after a revocation for multiple DUI offenses. Contact an attorney now and begin preparing to fight for your license. It isn’t easy to win a driver’s license reinstatement case, but by working with a skilled lawyer you can greatly improve your chances. Our proven results demonstrate what an attorney can do to help you in your case, and we are available 24/7 to start working with you.
For a free initial case consultation, get in touch with our team now by phone at 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online. A skilled member of our team is available to begin fighting for you 24/7, and we will not stop working until you are able to drive again.